byA.K. PATHAK 1, M.M. SINGH 2, V. KUMAR 1 and A. K. TRIVEDI 3
Phytoremediation, collectively referring to all species-based technologies using green plants to remediate and rehabilitate municipal solid waste landfill sites, has emerged as a potential candidate. Phytoextraction using hyper accumulating plants is seen as a promising technique; a lack of understanding of the basic physiological, biochemical, and molecular mechanisms involved in the removal of heavy metal from environment. The discovery of hyper accumulator plants, which contain high levels... Topics: Phytoremediation, Biochemical, Phytoextraction.
This book covers the fundamentals of the rapidly growing field of biothermodynamics , showing how thermodynamics can best be applied to applications and processes in biochemical engineering. It describes the rigorous application of thermodynamics in biochemical engineering to rationalize bioprocess development and obviate a substantial fraction of this need for tedious experimental work. As such, this book will appeal to a diverse group of readers, ranging from students and professors in... Topics: Biothermodynamics, Thermodynamics, Biochemical, Engineering
A study was carried out in Bilaspur to assess the extent of chemical pollution in a receiving ground water as affected by industrial effluents. Some industrial area were analyzed for pH, dissolved oxygen, biochemical oxygen demand, electrical conductivity, suspended solids, nitrate, alkalinity, total dissolved solids, hardness, chloride, fluoride and phosphate in the dry and rainy seasons. The results showed that the effluents were alkaline. While the levels of dissolved oxygen, biological... Topics: Biochemical Oxygen Demand, Chemical Pollution, Industrial effluents .
Inquire on this report @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/discount?rname=175013 . The report makes some proposals for a new project of D-Ribose (CAS 50-69-1) Industry and a new project of D-Ribose (CAS 50-69-1) Industry before evaluating its feasibility. Topics: D-Ribose, Biochemical, Biotechnology, Life Sciences
A total of 458 samples were collected during 2012, distributed in urine, blood, sputum, swabs from wound infection and swabs from burn. The results revealed that 11 (2.4%) isolates obtained belonged to Acinetobactr baumannii. which were collected from various clinical samples distributed in blood 1 (0.93%), urine 2 (1.44%), wound infection 2 (3.12%) and burn 6 (6.25%). These isolates were identified by using microscopic examination, biochemical tests,... Topics: A. baumannii, Oryctylagus conniculus, Biochemical Tests